How to Disable Right-Clicking in the Windows 10 Start Menu

The Start menu has evolved a lot, there’s no doubt about that, and after a brief removal in Windows 8 and 8.1, it returned in Windows 10 with a modern version to make the desktop more familiar.

While not everyone is a big fan of this modern approach, the Start menu now features live tiles borrowed from Windows phones and previously used on the Start screen on Windows 8 and 8.1 – the Start screen is also available on Windows 10, and it can be enabled from the Settings screen; it’s also turned on automatically when switching to tablet mode.

These live tiles, together with the rest of the Start menu, come with support for context menus as well, just like the entire operating system.

Technically, by right-clicking a live tile or an app, you can access more options that are relevant to that specific item. For example, the live tile context menu lets you change tile dimensions, while right-clicking an app makes it possible to uninstall it from the computer.

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